Direct3D 3rd party
Direct3D can be used for the display under Windows. If installed, you are allowed to use vpDisplayD3D class. Direct3D is one of the optional 3rd parties supported by ViSP gui module.
The DirectX Software Development Kit needs to be installed in order to compile ViSP with Direct3D support. It can be obtained from Microsoft website https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6812. Note that we are using DirectX SDK (June 2010).
If you have installed the DirectX SDK normally then the environment variable called DXSDK_DIR has been added and points to the installation’s folder. CMake should detect Direct3D. If not, you have to set this variable as described for GTK.